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3. W. TILTO i O., P&Aprle
VIRGLL'A CITIY, M' T.
9iF~9~! ~~9~c;~ Jo~v,~S*4884.
WaaEAa. By an ect of Congress approved May
2,, 184, Antitlel. "An nct to provide a tempo-.
mry gd\-rntnent for the Territory of )ontanra,"
it is pfoI'dhc that thg ptrsons eleetbd to the first
Lii slative Atsembly, bshll meet ant such place and
on such da.s the Giovernor shall appoint: Now,
therefore, . ~.~S~ Y Eur T.e.s, Governor cf arid
Territory. by virtue of the power thuu vested in
nme. do appoint that on the eeeimd Monlduy of De
'itaboer, 1914, laid Lgiselatire Assembly shall
maeet at Baasack City. in said Territo-v.
.a eetituony whereof I have hereunto set my
lhand, at Ikumwick City, in the year of our Lord,
cight'nn hundred anl sixty-four, and of the Inde
penealdce of the I'ailt:d ftuta the eighty-ninth.
" 2l-td Governor.
W4 avre nothiag to say, because to ofi
cial report of the final state of the polls is
at'hand, ot obtainable; and Rnmot is had
unourishument to feed on, and worse to fight
The Preisdenttal Election.
On Tuesday last, was fought the great po
litica&.battie which the whole civilized world
.has been so anxiously waiting for. In the,
States, the extremes of triumph and des
pondency are felt by the whole people.
Hero we wait for the news. "Coming
avints east their shadows he.fore," and we
have innde up our minds as to which way
the c-ntet has terminated long since. We
ari of opinion, however, that with McCIel
Ian as President, the hope. of the "bleach
drealico party," would be as sadly disap
liointetd ain the election of Lincoln. We
pre fully capvinned that G. B. McCiellan's
'me absorbing desire is to prove his ability
as a commander. Ili seeks the Presideney
with this hope, and it is only the blind in
fatuation of party, that prevents men ftom
seeing that a war of more than ordiunry
•f mensione would follow his eleetion.
i~c~Ain or McClellan. it is all the Smnie-
"' the abbago crosent, on a dishelout," as
the heralds say, will never achieve any
thing but: huinlition and-white slatery,
w*hle fn t |hfulttre the remi.mbrance o'
that-pitiful rag would be embodiod as the
psillid phantom -of chronic iostility. The
enuemies of freedom-would seit at once that
a.strat battle only` would'3.necessary to
wrin-.any thing from the, Nprlt, .nd at
last the white .Northern slaves would ha..
to hunt the black S-mthern onres t.nderlt,
and send them bl;ck to Londage in gooc:
preservation, with a suit of clothes or so,
as a sop for the chivalry. It can net, it
witant work. The admirers of those who
fired on the old flag, when they had the oldW
Constititnop, now wish it back again-like
a spoilt child th~at roars for the candy ithan
eaten or stamped upon, as the whim of thet
moment dictated. Should such a peace an
ibe rag ptd cabbage association seek, he
brouglatahout., it can have but on one eom.,
dlitfi.-.-"Let the South go ; " and with it
g60d go empire, influcnei, prestige, pow
or~ elf-respect, while patrioti in would die,
having no soil to grow on and nought but
the sight of hlt.. ato inhale. It is useless
to prophe.y, wheln the telegraph will an
noupce so shortly, the even. Of the strug.gle,
-but in the, mean time, it would be well to
say t6 the brawlers who nightly meet to dip
cues the evoking of temp*sts in tea-pqts,
count revolvers, and to air their lungs by
vehement cursing of all opposed to thel.t
Parade.rest ! Take love eqsily. The xmat
ter is now in the l:mdi of a higher power
than any in Montana, and any complica
tions that may arise here will be simplified
in a war mightily disi greeable to the ori
ginators, and involving much useless suf.
fering to people who, if left alone, would
mindtheir own business; but are sure to bs
the scape-goats of othbr real offenders
agaiust the peace of the land.
In aiy eveilt, the choice, of the people of
the Uuite4 Statea is, eutitled to the respect
of a'ti.e ui en, and we 'are prepared our
selves to yield a irompt and ready obudit
ence to the Chief iagitrate whom the
people shall etitrust Wpith the destiuies of
the country. In these auquiet times'it is
well to remiember tht "'a still tongue
piie . a wise h t "
WSe ere huppy to see' tiat tb¢ public at
toition bas boeuarous'ec by the renaarks ini
ouQrlast i5see, on the iaoeeu4$y'whieb~exist.
in our city of wood, for the adoptioin of
every possible pregaution AIgainst $rc.
iV. un4derstadi that Capt. C9le *nd Lieg..
Uutu=e wll persovialy wai, upoa ear cidt.
lens, in the early part of next week; with
a view to sebatingjthe neoessary subscrip
tldnai iir. the' efficient esttblishmient of a
r, yT ma wko i% not wrilJMegtiroomttribute
to w. iiudbleau entwpriae, 4s'hosM go bid,
without injury to his ncighbor ;ad ae;
au#ortouldPbumn 111 his 5,t qi theraqpi.
ernty' huma n being pedai" ' -
every humaln being reddi6Ait't
City. It is ver wonderful t we have
nouun r , b. c pel to record
the .s ctrueti * le proper
ty y fi hat may co nue to en
ijo -- lil im~au ty from deadliest
misfortune, wa invoke the liberal po..
of every man, to the call of the oficers of
the Fire Company.
It is , wise choioe that has iaed atne
Mlessrs. Cooke and Curtis, for this mission
of benevolence ard, lieli-def. : ,.is
g ntlea3are prefossip Jllta 9 6r-"
rest 're biy all the means at their command,
and are .eked by as lithe and stalwart a st
ef' xicn as ever hauled on a drqg rope..
They canuay wlrb mor. effect than others;
"'Here we are ready to do oar part; are
you ready to do yours."
It is a foolish thing tQ delii teu4Ig.p for
the doctor till the minister is the man nq~d-
ed, and useless to buy a lariatfor a ustrn
pefed mule. Let us carry an mbrella ashd
it will ,geld m rain'; but tIh aure way to gqt
knowledge of a balky herse,is-to ride with
out spurs.. The small snm of $100 per
month from the householders would be sei
ficient to run the affair, and then, in the
event of a fire, the alarm would, be given
before the conagiration could have time tb
!spread. Even one house might be saved,
w~hen, giCing the fire a fair start, the whole
block would be lost.
Let some onelook to the wrATR. With
out this being on hand in quantity, bucketp
are about as useful as thimbles to thirsty
m'n. It occers to us that a few reservoirs
might he made along the branch; so that
water could be had at onpo. Now it can
not be obtained in any quantity without
going a distance for it quite out of the
questioa, practically speaking. Bucketd
arriving halE fuliat such a time are'of lit
tie use. Most important additions to the
tools of a fire company without an engine,
are two or three troughs, holding about a
barrel of water each. Such a trough being
laid on the ground, and worked by a stout
fellow thro;i.og up water with a large
wooden shovel,.can do more than twelve
-bucket,men--the direction, quicknes and
amount delivered being all ont tbhe ide of
the shovel. A good man can throw.' ater
with it on top of alm oat any house in town,
except the two story buildings, and the side
wialls of these can bio kept -safe by water
thrown froum the ground where no man can
stand the heat and smoke on a ladder.
?ro.m l[lve'r City.
SILVTR CITrr Oct. 30.
EDlrTO PosT :-In coming from fort
Benton lately, while hunting along Sun
river, eight or nine miles below the Govern
r.nutF arm, JMr. IIcurv P. Jennings found
the remains of a man on a bar of tho,riv.r,
in ihe evening. The next morning we.ont
back and gathered up the bones and laid
thema together. The rest was iAI buttoned
together. One. pair of blue jeans pants,
still good. In the vest pocket was one ger
man silver pencil and gold pen, one pocket
knife, gold breast pin, two combs, .wo re
ceipts, and two keys.
Please publish that his frionds may know
what has become.of himn,.rnd for the bene
fit of th. publiic, to know whether he has
been foully d.ait with or not.
Yours with respect, JouN W. EnoDEs.
[We have at our office the papers found
in the vest pocket, and from these it ap
pears that the name of the deceased is II.
*rroiu Prickly Pear
JurFRnSOS CITY, Nov. 1, 184.
ErITOR P)osTT: Since mail facilities are
so good, we h.ring two express lines from
this place to Virginia City, and thinking
some of your readers would like to hear
something of Prickly Pear, I deem it not
amiss to send you a line.
Jefferson City. the place from which I
write, is a p ewýown, situate about 5 miles
from the hea.l. of the gulch and 10 above
the toll gate. The first house was built
about the first of October. It now contains
twenty-five houses, eight families, three
trading posts, a biasksmith's 'hop, and a
The town sito was located by Moesrs.
Shb.nan & Merriman, formerly of .1evada
C;ity, to whom much credit is uue for their
industry and enorgy in developing the rich
resources of this vast mining region, and
for their exceeding liberality in donating
fine building lots to all who wish to become
citizens of our place (the subscriber writes
from a select carnor.)3 1t enough of town
sites: it is the preoiots. metals we all wish
to hear aboet, and from the beoat informn.
tion I have been able to obtain, i~and from
my own observation, I am fully persuaded
that thu muineral wealth of this district can
not be S.urpassed by ani mining district yet
discovered in the focky Mloutains.
Within an area of five miles there are not
less than fifty different lodes diecoverod,
and mnany of them have been tested sufi
oiently to warrant parties in procuring mills
and machinery for the purpose of working
the gold and,,silver ore. The country is
fnoly .timbere4, Well waterd, and the pas
turago cannot be exoelled. 'e .have one
saw mill on the gulch about ready to start,
and one in course of construction. The.
latter is one mile from this place.
Think not that wlhen I tell you that we
have gold and silver enough to satisfy a
miser's lust, we )have nothing mores , With
in four miles of.our city is the finest hot
spring I have vPer seen, an4 oue old pio
near Dustin, of the Virginia.hotel, has
erected large and, commodi us buil4ipp for
tle. accommodation of visitorw. I have
ia4e4 the spring and bad the pleasare of
bath in it, was very fisaeon M1l Dous.
tas informed me (as all good bset50ppers
abosld) that the. water poueassed Isotb .ra
medicina qgaplis that .the b.liteA.s 4
de I" mf' t: .eLwtstoe 4qs that ,
, i sar . ,e u a e p. p x o. ,
lsý'iibýL.ý' n tsFý.arwnppr
LAEST TL GRAD
\ rfalo, 30.
Int i - e of intended from
Can[ is emam ~catel bY aubori
Cape Race, Oct. 29.
'`Wateddi?~t=s<Jdliness oltuiggatin e
I)uke of Newcastle is dead. Twenty Lir
- ifpe is -.ieng~ id in oAmericantre
-"the enlemy i O he.' ey.,0 , ".
eneM y en
Onr endrd eenanisk gese th6 19 ·wede 7)000
1lie\LdquateIt Akmy Poid .ti
Oi~tidret ti italti gaed 'ree, mii. to
HIatclher's run, on th'e Ditir6hi i. Id.'
. 'The.Rfhthnibd 'Dispatch says that the
,two ~pPieq.are eo stroagl . en MraiiLe that
a front att3c ,,woid be m .gqs-o o either
side., 'fs +e may retam au wint e,4r
come into co llieon at any moment.
. . ... Washington Oct. 30.
Ttle President- hbt IsaUi h t:preclama
tion' admittiRg. Nerad.ainto thiln Uion as a
Stath+,on equal fodting,'ith the rest.
K"ew Yorr, Oct. S.
8heridtu ont the aleit. Iteary flrn
heard n~er Ilagerstd6wn i. thing. known6
of the cause. 2,000 refugee.b hnve come
into "Shernan's liniei since Septnthmbe'l9.
Longstreet, it is itated again has snpex
c~ded i arlv-arrn that he haks been rein
foeiced by Breckinridge.
On the 28th, Butler advanced aml occ
pied the country, the scene of the action
of the 14th. The 18th corps, Kaut's cavh
airy, fought with varving wucces. The
cotored troops carried a redsubt. Fair
childt's ahd lull's brigades were roughly
bnrdllod in an attack on a strong fortifiLca
.ion. Darkness prevented the seizure of the
redoubts being used tb pernmanent advan
tage, an'd the whole force fell back to their
original groundlthe next morning.
Jeff Davis .bas issued a proclamation
naming the ltthi day of November as a pa
tional thankesivin. day.
nTh Rebel (tener.I Pearing is dead.
Cape Race, Oct. 29.
, There is a rumor of a projected meeting
at Nice between Louis Napoleon and th,
Czar of Russia.
Cash payments havo been suspended by
tbo Banuks of Brazil.
War has been proclaimed by Baoil
Coburn is, a paisenger by the " City of
. The soldiers' rote received at the Seers
arys uloe is, Union, 1 ,888; Democrstic,
(ii limzn two fiht wore brilliant aiairs.
Ie ,s pwking .up. prisoners oontiumadly.
Two ful, batteries and one extra,piece *ere
captured. Vaughn is wotuded and doing
tho retiao4 ggrtleia, in p.rts uukn~wn.
somawhere nbout Greepe county. Gillai's
lons was 8 killed and woundgQ.
Sheridan is watching Breckinridge, who
has sema designs on Western t irgiae..
SA :,orrespondont of the Richmond Ex
seatner gir! a graphie account ULt he 4trm
pede on the 19th of Oc.tob r, after the
route ot Esrly's force. He admits tho loss.
of 57 guns.
New York, Nov. 1.
-Richmond papers say. that in the ight
ea.sbh .nf Petersburg, .Gen. Hampton had
one son killed and one woanded, and admit
a loa of 50t) prisoners. Gen. )Dearing is
neither killed or hurt.
'H. Q. Army of the Potomac, Oct. 30.
All quiet on the Potomac.
The enemy pushc! their pickets through
the openi.,gbetween,.the 2d and 5th corps,
taking the men on the. ourpoats ;risoners.
An attack in force on the breast works fab,
iowed, but was received with such a hearv
fre that the enemy lted in confusion with
heasv, loss, ,Repeated _otteop s wore re
pu>lhs in like manner, thou., the action
continued all night. The killed and wound
ed oin our side were very few--347 prison
ers being the princijal loss. The enemy's
loss was great, as they come within range
of the batteries.
Indianapolis, Nov. 1,
A sad collision on the La.favette and In
dians, railroad .has taken place. 30 were
killed and from 20 to 30 wounded.
Washington, Nov. 1.
Donohoe aundFerry, agents in the late
election ftrads hirve ieen sentenced to ima
prisoamont for tifes. The sentenee iA ap
proved and will b? at once carried out. '
- Reports tet Atlanta has been in proeees
of evacitn ,n are denied officially. Sher
man states he will hold it and that Hood
can do nothing to affect it:
Moshy has been whipped soer Salem, Va.
Our Jose was 3 kkilled and.wounded. Mos
bv'A wse inuch greater; li prisoners were
New York, Nov. 1.
The National Democratic Convention (in
oppo0ition to the Chlcag iT met ish dlce
gates from all the loyal 5t tes. The moot
ing wids called to' brder by (ierge A.
irandretti,;d RI. 1B'. iRooevelt temporary
B Ikltimore, hoc. 1.
Ezxiuoipatioo was Belebrated hy:the Ut,
ing of 10)0 guu, ringiiag of bllte and flags
hoiatad on p tlip .mnd prvct bajildings.
Wabsington, Nor. 1.
The tm n lbematrle, which *as A gNM# t'
nubunnce in AlbemaleA Sound. haS been
hlot up n nd sunk by by picket Leunbh
No: 1 The Laufich wow afterwards suihk
by a sot.
The Charleston Mercury smv that Jeff
Davit ijf-vappvouob'e4 respectfully, would
gRnt asuapaat ie.: Jcad ad ioa b Lkde
to be raised and a:. opportunlty 41 receiv4
ing "F pplies Mould A,* - than. obtained:.,
wiidn't he wsh be might gee it.--E.)
washttlu, Nov. 1.
1Th6~d i#i# to affect the elections near
Plorehindedh~at Baiburidge. * k has dome;
nothing yet. .'
Poviust, *ritlt"o '. large eiv f
threateos~tbe govirament etr tea't ,oin
sonitle. "'Three transports ' 1ai i bqn
arnad*bybds troop . -t
Ta · titioo~ i~~pflb~tafr.,ObC 4OL
The gii*W-*dma Ta&4 tisa `fi~t
b-'t bi * ebetu rt1'1 '' to '
d loa ,"f ..st yb'aJ zua rsbIM .., ;"
inel di 4iers' vote, gie I ,"
737; I)6iocrat, 176,G98.
Som i as n ire .
.tlCanadie th ti warn th .
. ent th co o ,ia. to t
J the p cip iito e np
ont t e dy o the Presidential eleo
i.m.:- St eti - -f SWARD.
.. . . C j |n e . 2.
- :..iem_-pt l- _b. w bt v . party
pulsed. It is suppos d that the capture of
An oartidqu.gk d a rarfeiipout are re
ported in Mf+I.b T.er'. ie ei And eccles$
astical cOatt-i4*em m'aur aiMt ere destroy
ed by ti one, and at Mooutealbo great
damag.e `tieted hy;th dthr.''
Fort ~ on!pfIrhters have been a'mested in
exie k . tk' s' iA "i abot to snbtnit to
MaxtmiillIam. J1ht lss .-reed the deseft
to Chihuahua.. t ootinas hay ,gion ,n his
adherence. h "
Semmes h's .hrfied ~t IlaritM in atI
English Paekt. : '
The avtes *etie set free yesterday--by
order of the court under the new eonstu
It is stated that the deserters supported
by ii~mr influential parties in the Sthte oi
borth Ctarolina, have - dete~linred to take
the railways and seize the Statcgovernmept
if Governor Vance doesinot pioceed to ne
gotiate a separate peace With the North..
The party is well armed and too strong to
be controtled by the authorities.
lGrant's plan seems to be that of allowing
all reinforcements to jcin Lee and then sur
rounding iiichniond compel a c. pitulatios
of Lee'. Army.. Davis has prayed Lee to
evacuate Richmond arid save the army
from such a fate.
The Tallabasse has scn.ttled two. vessels
off Black Island. Tbega boat Marblehead
is in pursuit.
An cattae on lImlnfton l exp nctet.
and the asthorities .bg all non-om sItant9
A rebel column, it is stated, will~ttack
Atlanta while Sherman is following lood.
A part o'f Texan Rangers have been
whipped with the loss of their came equip.
age, Yl',, by some Aingori:truope.
Union Iont ZI killed. Rebel ls4e 25 killed;
wounded ant pripouprs not reported.
AilbanVS Nor 2.
Governor ?oSminihr !:as isansued a procla
mattIn forbiddirng Il armed bodies from
approaching the polls on election day. Ev
erv man to be guaranteed his right to votec
'he dostruetimo of the Albem:srle was a
very. gallant affair. ,i.iut. C'unhing, evad
ing the war pickets, steamed right on to the
timber loating arcrmnd' the Albemarle, and
with his own hands sunk the tor sdo ulo~g
side hen, all die time under a hta.v mus
ketry r` li own boat was owniek and
sunk by a 200i-pounder ridfld projectile at
the mtmient of: the _ei.loslse. Many of
bis men were drowned or;mntdo prtionere,
but h, escaped by swimmingx, Rftes.e-'r
intiug 'th d4itiuotiion-.f the Pain.
Price's army is fleeln iw talt direetltiot,
pursued by Pleassiaton. Marmaduke i.
takea prisoner. Price has one gun }4t.
and no train. His last action tlot him P2
guns. Most of the Kansas militia harei
. '~Iow York, NVr. 2.
The Tribuae'a corresprodent s· ,the lft'
of the army of the yotomac, undard ste of
30th, sdl the axw. anglof 21-2 miles aad
11-2 south.weat..was- a.quited.on our left
in the reont. regotic demonstration, and
i bibSi sironZ fortiftidy I understand
thai te artif i?7i"o n th"'lpad is to be im
et-ditte'!y' pddhd, oidt.'tothe left 2 or 3
if!ls h~*rod its presen "termintus. The
i-vi this fmportant nxtiaision of our forti
fled .in.,i, e to'be s~i easlv made wa~s by
the ColYv'CS weak;enin ;flitlejJines of battle
at this point to' interclrt '~hat.thhey took to
be a fln.k movement arouii th!eir extreme
right. While they` w*de massing against
the 24 and 5th corps on'the extreme left,
the 9th corps shoved in at this point and
took the- ine of their worki, which was re
versed and nd.i fnims odr'new tl:ft single.
Probably not .during the rw.r has so iLpor
tant ah extension of-fortfiled line been
made wfth'so little fithtfng. If is fne that
there was .considerabl, marching in thue-o
eration. This, like other movemnpts re
centy-, ddiiorstrated the rowing w actidess
of the rebel army.
Tbhe Wilmin~ti Journalof the 23d say,
ricat preparantons are making'the'rc or the
defcnde of thebplace. All non-c.obiblttants
ite required to leave tht place.
The Raleigh Stpndard denounces t.e ul
tnr position assumed b$ the dosoroniion of
.New York, Nov. 2.
At tC Democratic convention yetterday
;he following pretmble and resoluions were
Whereas A orisisa:as arisen in the history
f our country, threatening the national
life, and persons under the name and pros
tige o the Democratic charater, misled by
the dlusiooe of party or acting from trea
sonable motives, are aiding the rebels, and
-small trný )emrocrats areequired by their
loyalZv to the- government which their fa
there founded,. and to express opcely by
some authoritative enunciation thoir devo
tion to the cause of their country.
RJolred, Ohat 'we, as D.cmocrats. will
sustain, as we.accepted, with entire unn
niamity, the gage of battl' when forced on
us b" the rebels at Sumtejrthat we will
boldIT oýr ry it through, in spite .of reverses,
till vietory crown our cxert4ons ad peace
founded on*Union be restored.
uesolved, That although, on the com
iacemient,nexopericnce may have led to
errot and mstake, we believe the wor at
the present time is being pressed with eqgw
mend4abl energy and reinarkable success.
Resorced, That we do not admit. the war
to have 'beet in any respect a failure and
we point to the fae that the greater por
tion of the rbbelhous States have been re
covered, and but a-few vemseIs of the rebel
nav. have all been des'toyed.
.Roloedh, That it is nefthrf good policy,
compatible with the digiitr or the goLer;
mertt, to reqaest a' ssati-n of hoitifities,
Dor offer.'tnis of set4lethant tillth*'rebelI
hrve ejfr6ssed ,a euire, which they avre
hithetoo1b riabiv and in most inisilting
1anwage ditelai~dbt,: C' return idto 'the
Uniir, btlL if sth desire he ~prpeli. 4
presed, Ath gemurantees of good fait.h
th. reat - liberty dho.d :W e .nork4 d
them. * . .
- JResolvetd,« blurhitewajdmi oeeiouul1
neE.4: wuaknws ilinthe w bla ei we
accept the coseiuaned of supporting and
streqgtR R I lg iwi aeth o to~th pitr
aeings t4 w ,ers
lie ing the war an eace ofur uiaws t(
.eminently ju -we aee ri
ispending it til1 oct h b
mcbplished ; tha . nat e
ben able to en iu a e i t has
dsturbed our tntrf ' with t fi cial
ure, we roee6 e«e d i bhiff the
noeessity, being convinced that the re
sources and boundless domain of the re
stored Union will be amply suffEcinq. pte t
We therefore urge. on Democrats to ns
tnin the government as it exists, and to
_ui afp- ji#l-ng election the candi
'daae who express their views.
' A Card.
Massas. EDITORS :-Will you all* mn a
short apace in your columns to refute A cal
umDny uttered by a man nunme4 Cook, who
paseeshihmself in this conmlunity as an at
turnesy atlaw. In a case which came up
before Judge Jones, this ftleow; Cook, was
pleased to aak: " Wil your honor permit a
Jew to swear against a Christian, when it
iw.we&U knorn that they (he Jews) will all
swear falsely "- Now, Messrs. Editors,
such a olnmny anainst a class of citizens
that iti all countries, have borne a chariater
for'tiuth and purity, could only emenate;in
the brain of a low, dirty, pettilogging law
yer, and one fitted by nature and inetli:a
tion for the meanest and vilest purpotses.
He, no doobt, measures other people's corn
in his own bushel, and thinks because he
himself would bear false witness, against
his neighbor, that others would do the same.
Were I disposed, 1 eotld.give hie charaeter
at home, in Cbaxnbersburg, Pa, where he
was dlptsedT -v. - *al. ged'l ~o, as being
everything that. i low. ad contemptible,
and''the reason' thy 'he left there it is no
necessary to state, but you. MNessrs, Eitors
mny rest assured thit' ,wall ho: tell you
why he left th&E. Bilieving that I have
said enough to guard this community
against the low, vulgar calumniator, I dis
miss him-with the same disgust I feel for
tho -ile and corrupt in anT plhie.
12-It I. tL0UIS BEIiN.
In this city, by the IRev. Mrr. Toanr, Mr. A. B.
DAVIS, to Misa K. A. J..sL.AF, b0lh of Nevada
- . .
At Galstinua TIvmday, Nov. 8th, Dr. B. K.
SOUTrTWXCK, of Virginia City.
EW AyE X1'SEX rNT3.
Justus Cooke. J.. A., pray. T. J. eioel*
LIVERY," ALE "& E XCHANGi
£qye Sr.et, VlrgmIa .CLty, U w, T.
H'Efl liT tnei,,.ps4re uiromor.d Aheir Aactior
Stand tw i Coer-.tTae, Ceald
uform theqpblit tk.hathey i'ue a -
in evory respect, and solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public.
SUPRRIO'R SAD Lt fOT' SES
.1 acVie; obtgipd s sM tisses."T
Corals for cattl in eonnection with the Stables.
WOOKE, GRAIT CO.
TO ! Y)U T'IIAT ARE SYICK You that1uhavgot
the Rhhmatism, Nearalgia.' Mountain Fever,
adhussrtXlodplIa5t. .ry'th'M y enemiun4ddest to
the climate. and can get no relief. try Prof. McTr
tyls'a new srystea ot eastment by Ifydro Magnetic
Electricity. Six years of experience in the S~teate
warrants him in saying that this is the mseet efcient
method of erwing disease th t is now p-acticed.
'No'unpleasnt s"tnati u'is prqdned g ring trat
amnt. Ordersdeft at'Major Iladley's s*or, Main
street, Virginia, M. T., promptly attended to.
Nov. 12, 184.' 2.ls* L.- ~=lc1NTYRiB
tr19JI'S ONS# t USrE,
ua .e ' S wt reeth peet'. .fetrdewrd a
Will give Board and Lod t $1400 per week.
ay one who wants war~a, "oifortasle and lea-.
ed, mea'aand liquers,letthem eaH'met eel
SSALL buckskin Purse rough ride eat, con
t-angi nearly sixty dollarC ia Gulch DI t
Lost between Cover street and about one. mile up
the gulAb, above Virgina City. The fnder will be
liberjly rewarded by leving the same at the City
Book Store, Virginia City.
- ---lhl~'l. --.'.
HiEREBY Challenge Mr. James P. Welsh for
i Ado the btjtpi.ce of fursig art ay hied 1t I
machinery that Mr. Welsh saay see ft for to name.
Also that I will ~rske Ad.Ott Any onmber of Horsm
Mho 40 btg mhmtb pwa better..h'q h4 can, for all
the ufoR r n"rabe.A- As ] h nt't orde't.dh I
will ... p00 at least, a .Mdasp h a ore as I an
ng t. rwo is r tis ttW t thithedisinteredted
Master Blacksmiths of this city or any where in
this Territory, and I will be governed by their de
.iron. iýd ng oe ady 1qo.t ~ Ir. I .i .Mr.
R'elrt i 8 sl L tjs
Virginin City, ov. idith, l M41 it-lg
T. T. Larence. ; -.' - J. U. RasvAw.j
'Waluse streit, V~rirfnsa 4ýI9j.
Meftla at all hour.. Oys'ters and #yeryy Jazuy tae
market affords. The b is oupplied wit[ l* but
of, U2 d O*pu.
dosas a eveAte& flan'
I lugoa" ud c9miandiown bnilding, Ant ddirt96 xr
)8, seomad door Isý ;;h "4 1 W -OP-.(P~
courmmut all who Wgive =i ca 1i stxwi
WiW ba Ipje&.d *$ILA$ lO$d vq the % -W--s A
it Ls8'a,44-isa- virs
. PROCLkA MATION.
I vcnr Orrc, Bmnack City, M. T.,
October 20th, l.64.
hereby request the caitzer. of the diff-ernt
a ed i precide of Mootan Territory, t,
asemble, between this date and the twenty fourth
(M241f ovember *rW, for lhw*l.i. of foemina
themselvee into militia comipenie subjct to my
potein AO :omsabitiP d W4ire*40l wt<oi.
John A. Nel-on, Acting Astitaut Adjtant (lGae.
mal. Mster rtles and a*I tbhe nac rr bltenk ca
he obtained at his oce. Walfita stre.t, V1rcaia
City. [signed) SIDNEY ptIDTiNEY
Wa1a$ A, by an act of Co ny.arpro. p May
SI6P8IL entihl« j "^ W 4
pronvidt, that until otherwise fvided by law, the
overmor f- etrrnW ory .iajru.iict the Terri
toriy andal *h'3 titgw who 'n-y be appointed
for said Tlernoryto the several di¢tricts. Mod aWl,
to appoiUt the tames aoplpinm4w pl.iing conrts.
ija the s iverfr cowti' or buit. in .ch of
Now, therefore, I, FiDsair CuD·ave. Governor of
the Territory of Montana. by vi'te. f tbhpythor
itf thus vreted in me, do diafrict the Territory, s
The county of Madison to constitute the I'rt'ju
The countism of lJeaer Hta, Deer Lodge and
Mieoula, to contitute the booad jdiiL~bd. 4 odt.
Thle ucoims of deffer.on.Cheteau,.Biborm, Yel
lowrtou ani DImson to constitue the third jedicia,
Judgr Ilezokiah T. IIonmer is berby atissan t,
thb frnt judicial district.
Judg;e Lorenzo P. Wilirten is kefy asige tt,
the second judicial district.
Judge Ami Giddiug is hereby iiged to the
Courts will be held at Y i a G.ity. in the fi-st
judicial district, on the fant Ld41av of Dece.br,
the int Mondays of February, April, Juk Amgat
Courts wil! be held at Beanse-. in the-secood ju
dicial di.trict, on the fint )MondAy of Jaanry.
April and August.
Courts will be held in the oitfr distriet and 'rb
divisiosp at times and places her*'ft to be dhig
In tatimany whereof, I berento set my band at
Bannack litv. tbia 28th dy of October; A. D.,
1864, and of the Indepmndue h oL 4 &ai4ed
Stat.,, the Eighty-ninth.
9- t hIFKlY IEDGRTOW, Gorvroer.
NIW'R ADVBRT[S tRTS.
WLL run my three year old cult "Lhnw.zI illn'
I :tgam( umy three year old in thi& rrrito cy,' front
4:iug00 ( to 000u VU, 400) yar, '4 Wain twEL pktea
from to-,lilr. J(.&N .tAVT.
Deer Lodge. Nov. 12. 188. 2l.12
ýý r AM 11'nWA having told bii liii rnfsriAt in
kY the M~ontana, to l'ozenwaiekv, ;h btsicea will
1e carried ofttflo 'Hade -t14U i bi Se 61 W1) ' A
1'bCtknlsak;. AU bilhainzt the olg~k rm wil be
6ettltd by dieu the oli .
nrEDCWlfbal I!, TH PBICi! ye
T II ; PROPRSIBTiSlIOV dCtL AA ALUMl RD,
11xll dseirout c+,twpi)y'ue~a~t t rirdaa ol
t[:Q pao~ronizin, pn~ic hate come tro the conoclubicn
aE n' l9G't wieeo~ Jiil&1ritda r
Fe,- ga t. ' ter.(er our thanks to t or pulie for
tl1k h aber 1atouamge. W. "bave.i.&*J pC-rLYd
lout or Pbgl4a a x! º*1 .. Li it rr`.11«+
the Knights of sbah%", th.t Tbeitan' 'ttblee Car
the beet unufectured A4 AnicA ice.. roping that
thie will n'et thme approhati.& ti eur fricam sad
Jpetrouu we. iut1t all the bopj.qc .Jc A"%wi* e
flvýFlcb1ý1?att4 1Rsiaw- -.,-'w ..r
Ur -D,;s~ JD C
Drs. CeMAUB& As" - P.&1 `5,..
£E'YSI IA ShrB S O.JLI.kOJ8.
4ffc. nt- ' Jtakson Fttbtbalof P se 3id ·
City,\f tanýýerrier).1ý} ýT -
lf IIE ands·gaod,hsyjw·a i= .MNssters
tim stock of Watches aN rr4- Jwe j1
tisne bCfe Jewelry Lanufsecturiu~
pairing tl'UinP.s, at his old t:trnd in J.
store, corner of WaIlatce ind J;ckCSon strueb, Vi
N. It.-AA work warrantd to glive ct Ve t º
faction b rrndrc. 9-Utf IYATI A CO.
QTARTZ 1MILL FeM SSfi..
T OYFEIIl tbq castiag for a 6fift Jep..mils..
Swith an tztragqt of Shoes, tigiieous for water
wrkeb Piuar Blockl,,Ar., Ac...forsJp1ý r
cas b. WeiiIr of jtaips about fir 8pdt a h.
AMo'Ieetryl~r e fse &f tin. ofTbe Vs6 UiM0 o.
thlre-Daks Lodi, at &auurdlt it* . .a t
7tf - W. P. mriass.
i! AS-.AflU A.ºIr4LE 'A Y).
Are Low prc'iered to fwrnih Muac fc*
PROCES IONS, PARTIES,
ec ir ~fet J srai C wi eeW Goad Barn Dmd
or Orchest may be employedl.
Ileadqwtm o**Cover, bow Jaekson Street.
DAVY SUiTO, ). W. C. 1VArV~f,
irompter., ; J)Directpý
LUNCH !e 'LUNCH]
-AT T,- (
C`!1(:9f i4;tmta. sad hceai~.j
Mbes at 011, houruof the day, pt am i t.
The 5mst rinu, Liquors ad Cigwey lej Vl be
bad at the bar. 4- a
B'lisA r:H;OU MAN, a aitp·Ljyr:jai' b ty+
U hnee, rither(iroýºria or Dry Hoods. lII has
W .i4.t" Z hu.s
PI~EN~ Eg RI STORE,
W~ ll. l C)
Wa!lac. rh pee, ,r.rn" Cita
Ct I "'; om ed "*oii.nt lei;: 'i`
' Iaua flakf~dt maICd Caja, Me , ..
r.$ eoeutmni r ehd. 1 tiD
·Irita'L aR ItIaM· drý
s rt"ý11 sr1 ýt n iivý~h ~_~_~rc
;WTUO E8AI -rl~l~Swlc r~nt
skeet. flp9ith Cni;r *tv klS·~ a'~ s'